Former deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop will become the first female chancellor of the Australian National University.
Published on: EducationCareer

A new resource has been created to make Australian women in STEM more visible.
Published on: EngineeringCareer

Australia has expressed disappointment at increasing global tensions between the world's two largest economies.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Leaked documents suggest NAB knew it was ripping off customers.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Over 20,000 NSW health workers have gone on strike over safety issues.
Published on: HealthCareer

The Prime Minister has been accused of mistruth about dole payments.
Published on: EducationCareer

A catering company has accused a local government of using underhanded tactics to shut it down.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - Local

A remote WA council is providing prospecting leases for novice gold miners.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - Local

Bundaberg Regional Council has been accused of starting its own propaganda channel.
Published on: ICTCareer

Two former NSW Liberal staffers have made public assault allegations ...
Published on: GovernmentCareer - State

The Victorian Government is building a ‘GovHub’ to house 200 new public sector workers.
Published on: GovernmentCareer - State

More details have emerged about Angus Taylor’s grasslands saga.
Published on: GreenCareer

Thirty-five per cent of Australia’s electricity needs will be met by clean sources within two years, analysts say.
Published on: GreenCareer

Queensland is looking at new laws to reduce harmful nutrient and sediment run-off from farms into the Great Barrier Reef.
Published on: GreenCareer

Low groundwater levels in rural Northern Territory have left some residents fearing they will have to truck in water.
Published on: WaterCareer

Pacific nations do not want Australia to use carry-over credits to meet climate change commitments.
Published on: GreenCareer

Scientists say they may be able to restore WA’s Pink Lake to its famous bubblegum hue.
Published on: GreenCareer

Airservices Australia’s former managers have lost hope of a class action to claw back millions in extra pay.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Almost half of Australia’s coastal habitat-forming ecosystems show signs of damage from ‘extreme climate events’.
Published on: GreenCareer

About one-quarter of oceanic shark habitat is actively fished, leaving sharks with limited places to hide from longlines and nets.
Published on: GreenCareer

China is being hampered in its push to control the summit of the Antarctic ice sheet.
Published on: GreenCareer

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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